1001 lashes? I don’t think any of us have eyes big enough eyes for that, but if there’s a product claiming it'll give me something to that effect I’m first in line. Ladies, meet 1001 Lashes Black Quartz Mascara by Bourjois. A follow-up to its original name sake, Black Quartz features a new formula that's enriched with super-duper black pigments (so says Bourjois) and quartz which jazzes up lashes, giving them a bit of va va voom in the luminosity department.
Keep reading . . .OK, so it doesn’t make more lashes magically appear (shame), but it does feature the same double-helix wave-shaped brush that combs and separates lashes well. The premise being that if all the lashes are separated, you do in fact have more. It's true, though it doesn't manage to get every single one to separate for me. The good news is that the wand is narrow enough to reach those little lashes in the inner and outer corners of the eye.
Pros: the wavy wand with different length bristles is great for application; it's only $24 and it is very black. Cons: you need to remove excess mascara from the brush before using as otherwise it smudges. (Plastic-polymer wands seem to be guiltier of this.) But we say, go forth and multiply. Your lashes, that is. We will not be held accountable for any mini mes. Sorry.